__/ [ The Ghost In The Machine ] on Thursday 12 October 2006 19:00 \__
> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Schestowitz
> on Thu, 12 Oct 2006 12:45:56 +0100
>> Windows XP Login Loop of Death
>> Just imagine seeing this when you have some urgent work and a deadline.
>> Better keep a Live CD or a second (Linux) partition for precisely that
> Similar "login loops" are also possible on Linux --
> the easiest method of actually creating one being a
> malfunctioning .xsession; however, that is far easier to
> fix (by logging into the *gasp shock horror* CLI instead,
> or by using safe mode). No phone calls required. :-)
> Did you also notice the hardware in the corner? I wasn't
> listening to the audio (I'm at work) but I got the notion
> that these were because of prior Microsoft upgrades. :-)
I didn't listen to the audio bit either (music was on), but I thought he just
wanted to boast his stash. It was quite blurry, so I couldn't see the point
of zooming in.
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